NESFA Press has posted the table of contents for the new collection The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson, Volume 6: A Bicycle Built for Brew:

Here’s the book description:

This multi-volume series includes the very best of the short works by Poul Anderson, including all of his Hugo and Nebula nominated and winning short stories.

A Bicycle Built for Brew: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson (volume 6) continues the series of presenting the best of his fantasy and science fiction stories published over a writing career of 50 years. It includes 5 short novels and 3 novellas. A Bicycle Built for Brew, the lead short novel mixes beer, air-tight drums, a talking parrot guaranteed to repeat phrases laced with 4-letter indignities, a romance between an English lass and a Scottish soldier, and the need to communicate the fact of the invasion to British authorities on a nearby asteroid in a very humorous tale. The original magazine version of Three Hearts and Three Lions, long unavailable except for the original magazines published in 1953, in which Holger Carlsen, fighting the Nazis, is suddenly transported to a world where magic and a growing battle between good and evil is raging. Silent Victory in which Mars has defeated Earth in a war but things are never that simple. “Territory” features Nicholas van Rijn, A Plague of Masters features Dominic Flandry, “Three Cornered Wheel” features David Falkyn, “The Sensitive Man” and The Snows of Ganymede.

Here’s the table of contents…
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Subterranean Press has posted the table of contents for the upcoming all-original anthology being published this Fall…Multiverse: Exploring Poul Anderson’s Worlds edited by Greg Bear and Gardner Dozois, which celebrates the SF Grandmaster’s works with new stories by modern masters of the form. The cover is by Bob Eggleton.

  1. “Outmoded Things” by Nancy Kress
  2. “The Man Who Came Late” by Harry Turtledove
  3. “A Slip in Time” by S. M. Stirling
  4. “Living and Working with Poul Anderson” by Karen Anderson
  5. “Dancing on The Edge of The Dark” by C. J. Cherryh
  6. “The Lingering Joy” by Stephen Baxter
  7. “Operation Xibalba” by Eric Flint
  8. “Tales Told” by Astrid Anderson Bear
  9. “The Fey of Cloudmoor” by Terry Brooks
  10. “Christmas in Gondwanaland” by Robert Silverberg
  11. “Latecomers” by David Brin
  12. “An Appreciation of Poul Anderson” by Jerry Pournelle
  13. “A Candle” by Raymond E. Feist
  14. “The Far End” by Larry Niven
  15. “Bloodpride”” by Gregory Benford
  16. “Three Lilies and Three Leopards (And a Participation Ribbon in Science)” by Tad Williams

Filmmaker Eric Solstein has uploaded the first two parts of a larger tribute to Science Fiction’s Grand Masters presented at the 2000 SFWA Nebula banquet at the installation of Brian Aldiss. There’s wonderful footage of so many SF legends, including Jack Williamson, Frederik Pohl, Isaac Asimov, James Gunn, William Tenn, Clifford D. Simak, Joe Haldeman, Philip Jos@eacute; Farmer, Norman Spinrad, Damon Knight (for whom the Grand Master Award is now named), Julie Schwartz, Gene Wolfe, Hal Clement, Poul Anderson, Samuel R. Delany, Barry Malzberg and Brian Aldiss.

There’s a longer follow-up video after the break…

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